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Alcoholism

On this page you will find a listing of all Peak View Behavioral Health blog articles in the alcoholism category.

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What Are Co-Occurring Disorders? Substance use disorders and mental health disorders are often co-occurring—which means that a person may be struggling with both at the same time. This is understandable, of course. A mental health disorder may lead someone to use dangerous substances in order to moderate or mask the symptoms of the mental health...
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Some Things to Consider Does having a couple beers after work turn into drinking an entire 12-pack or closing down the bar? Do you have a line-item in your monthly budget dedicated to restocking your liquor cabinet? Does your paycheck barely (or maybe not even) cover your bills after you buy your alcohol? You don’t...
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